The IMF stated this in its World Economic Outlook published on Tuesday, own Ukrinform correspondent in Washington reports.
In particular, Ukraine’s real GDP growth in 2017 made up 2.5%, while in 2018 it is projected at 3.2%, and in 2019 – at 3.3%. In the previous edition as of October 2017, the forecast for 2017 was 2%, for 2018-2019 - 3.2% per year.
Ukraine is traditionally defined in the group of energy importers in the region. The best GDP forecast for 2018 in this group has Georgia (4.5%), while the lowest has the Republic of Belarus (2.8%).
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